If you were fearing that it’s all downhill for Superman comics after last week’s SUPERMAN #32, you may be living in the Bizarro world. That’s about the only explanation that makes sense when you look at some of the phenomenal books featuring the Man of Steel hitting the stands this week.
Pop the champagne! Tomorrow we dive into a brand new year, but TODAY we enjoy a brand new installment of "DC All Access"! In our final episode of 2013, Jim Lee and Scott Snyder discuss what's coming in Superman Unchained, while Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond gives us an early look at the eagerly awaited Dead Boy Detectives. Also, Tom Taylor shares what's in store for the second year of the digital first Injustice: Gods Among Us comic, we embarrass ourselves with some DC All Access bloopers, and members of the DC team share their New Year's resolutions.
Hey, did you know that November is Ridiculously Awesome New Comics Month? Okay, no, not in any official capacity.
The summer of Superman rolls on!!
This Wednesday, the Director’s Cut edition of the premier issue of SUPERMAN UNCHAINED flies into stores. Go inside this best-selling issue from the superstar creative team of Scott Snyder (BATMAN, SWAMP THING) and artist Jim Lee (JUSTICE LEAGUE, BATMAN: HUSH), and witness the origin of this exciting all-new series.
This year, DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD Magazine will be taking Comic-Con programming by storm with well over a dozen distinctly exciting panel presentations. That's a lot to stay on top of, and even if you're at the show, chances are you're not going to catch them all. But never fear, we'll be bringing the panels to you as part of our Con Away From Con coverage, right here on DCComics.com.
DC Comics: Superman Unchained: From Concept to Page
Friday July 19, 2013 4:15pm - 5:15pm (Room 6DE)
San Diego Comic-Con kicked off last night and DC Entertainment hit the ground running by debuting a staggering collection of Superman costumes in our interactive 4,500 square foot booth (#1915). The costumes on display span various incarnations of the Man of Steel on both the big and small screens, and have been donned by actors including Christopher Reeve, Brandon Routh, Dean Cain, Tom Welling, and Henry Cavill.